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Usual Energy Intake from Polyunsaturated Fat

Percentage of usual energy intake from polyunsaturated fat1: Mean (standard error) and percentiles2 of usual intake, 2001-2004
 Age
(years)
NMean (SE)Percentiles
5%10%25%50%75%90%95%
Males and Females 1-315155.38 (0.09)4.254.474.865.335.846.336.64
4-817016.04 (0.11)4.815.055.486.006.567.107.44
Males 9-1310616.31 (0.12)4.174.575.306.207.218.178.81
14-1814246.34 (0.11)4.294.685.386.247.198.128.73
19-3011006.20 (0.13)4.204.595.286.127.047.938.54
31-5014666.74 (0.10)4.605.025.756.637.628.609.22
51-7012527.26 (0.15)4.905.366.167.148.229.3310.01
71+8327.14 (0.13)4.725.186.007.008.139.269.98
19+46506.79 (0.07)4.544.965.736.667.718.779.44
Females 9-1311126.52 (0.11)4.434.835.556.427.398.348.96
14-1813626.84 (0.13)4.675.095.826.737.748.759.36
19-3013256.68 (0.11)4.584.985.696.577.568.539.14
31-5015957.21 (0.13)4.955.386.167.108.159.199.84
51-7012847.70 (0.11)5.295.746.567.578.719.8210.52
71+8607.58 (0.13)5.145.626.447.468.589.7110.44
19+50647.26 (0.09)4.925.366.167.148.239.3310.03
All Persons 1+178896.81 (0.05)4.615.005.726.657.758.859.57
1: Percent of usual energy intake from fat = 100 × {usual intake of fat (kcal)} / {usual intake of energy (kcal)}
2: Standard errors of the percentiles are presented in the table below.
Percentage of usual energy intake from polyunsaturated fat3: Percentiles (and standard errors) of usual intake, 2001-2004
 Age
(years)
Percentiles
5%10%25%50%75%90%95%
Males and Females 1-34.25 (0.28)4.47 (0.24)4.86 (0.16)5.33 (0.10)5.84 (0.15)6.33 (0.27)6.64 (0.36)
4-84.81 (0.30)5.05 (0.25)5.48 (0.17)6.00 (0.10)6.56 (0.17)7.10 (0.31)7.44 (0.40)
Males 9-134.17 (0.18)4.57 (0.16)5.30 (0.13)6.20 (0.12)7.21 (0.15)8.17 (0.21)8.81 (0.26)
14-184.29 (0.16)4.68 (0.14)5.38 (0.12)6.24 (0.11)7.19 (0.14)8.12 (0.20)8.73 (0.25)
19-304.20 (0.16)4.59 (0.15)5.28 (0.13)6.12 (0.12)7.04 (0.16)7.93 (0.22)8.54 (0.26)
31-504.60 (0.15)5.02 (0.13)5.75 (0.10)6.63 (0.09)7.62 (0.13)8.60 (0.20)9.22 (0.25)
51-704.90 (0.14)5.36 (0.12)6.16 (0.12)7.14 (0.15)8.22 (0.21)9.33 (0.30)10.01 (0.35)
71+4.72 (0.16)5.18 (0.14)6.00 (0.12)7.00 (0.12)8.13 (0.17)9.26 (0.25)9.98 (0.31)
19+4.54 (0.13)4.96 (0.11)5.73 (0.07)6.66 (0.06)7.71 (0.12)8.77 (0.21)9.44 (0.27)
Females 9-134.43 (0.14)4.83 (0.12)5.55 (0.11)6.42 (0.11)7.39 (0.14)8.34 (0.18)8.96 (0.23)
14-184.67 (0.18)5.09 (0.16)5.82 (0.15)6.73 (0.13)7.74 (0.14)8.75 (0.17)9.36 (0.20)
19-304.58 (0.14)4.98 (0.13)5.69 (0.11)6.57 (0.11)7.56 (0.14)8.53 (0.19)9.14 (0.23)
31-504.95 (0.17)5.38 (0.16)6.16 (0.13)7.10 (0.13)8.15 (0.14)9.19 (0.18)9.84 (0.22)
51-705.29 (0.16)5.74 (0.14)6.56 (0.12)7.57 (0.10)8.71 (0.13)9.82 (0.17)10.52 (0.21)
71+5.14 (0.16)5.62 (0.15)6.44 (0.13)7.46 (0.12)8.58 (0.15)9.71 (0.21)10.44 (0.24)
19+4.92 (0.14)5.36 (0.12)6.16 (0.10)7.14 (0.08)8.23 (0.10)9.33 (0.15)10.03 (0.19)
All Persons 1+4.61 (0.10)5.00 (0.08)5.72 (0.06)6.65 (0.06)7.75 (0.09)8.85 (0.13)9.57 (0.17)
3: Percent of usual energy intake from fat = 100 × {usual intake of fat (kcal)} / {usual intake of energy (kcal)}

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Usual Energy Intake from Polyunsaturated Fat. Applied Research Program Web site. National Cancer Institute. http://appliedresearch.cancer.gov/diet/usualintakes/energy/t5.html. Updated October 18, 2013. Accessed April 24, 2014.

Last Modified: 18 Oct 2013